Kevin Horner

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Kevin Horner

Pierro, Connor & Associates, LLC

2621 Genesee Street
Utica, NY 13501
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Kevin T. Horner is an associate attorney at Pierro, Schaeffer & Connor, LLC focusing on special needs planning, estate planning and estate administration.  Prior to joining Pierro, Schaeffer & Connor, Kevin was the principal attorney at the Horner Law Firm, P.C., a suburban law practice in the Pittsburgh area handling estate planning for a variety of clients, including  special needs planning, long-term care and Medicaid planning, asset protection planning, and business succession planning. Kevin served as President of the Board of Christian Legal Aid, a non-profit legal aid group in Pittsburgh, PA, as well as President of the Greater Pittsburgh Business Connection. He has given numerous presentations on estate planning and long-term care planning across western Pennsylvania, and worked as an adjunct lecturer at Mount Aloysius College.

Kevin received his Bachelor of Arts in History from Grove City College and his Juris Doctor from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law.  While in law school he participated in the Elder Law Clinic representing clients in guardianship hearings, Medicaid planning, estate planning and administration and special needs planning.

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Primary - Albany Location
43 British American Boulevard
Latham, NY 12110
(518) 459-2100
New York City
60 East 42nd St.
Suite 4600
New York, NY 10165

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